Fee £50.00 + VAT (includes SPG talks, meal and access to SCI networking area)
We are pleased to be welcomed as part of the SCI family and invited to take part in their annual flagship event UK Steel Construction Day 2018 the theme of which this year is Using steel to deliver greater productivity. The SCI will welcome up to 140 delegates across the steel industry from designers, steelwork contractors and local authorities.
The SPG will have a stand presence promoting the use of steel foundation solutions and hold an Open Members meeting which will run alongside the UK Steel Construction Event. Attendees of the SPG Members meeting will have an opportunity to network with delegates attending the UK Steel Construction Day event during refreshment times, which includes morning and afternoon breaks and lunchtime.
The SPG will host a separate series of talks focussing on aspects of steel piling, speakers secured so far include:
David Coyle, Volker Ground Engineering
Using steel to deliver greater productivity: Dover Western Dock Revival.
DWDR is the single biggest investment ever undertaken by the Port of Dover with c.£250m committed for its delivery to transform the waterfront and economic fortunes of Dover. David will describe how the use of steel piling and innovative installation techniques helped fastrack one of the largest port development projects to be constructed in the UK.
Dieseko, Resonator Driving
Dieseko will present a new vibrationless steel piling installation method that uses a high frequency piston cylinder that operates at between 100 and 180 Hz (6000 to 10000 rpm) to oscillate the steel pile at its natural frequency or ‘resonate’ making the pile act like a spring that drives itself without any vibration.
Graham Gedge, Arup
Corrosion assessment for piles in roadside environments.
Graham is Arup’s global materials skills leader providing specialist consulting services in corrosion and corrosion control. He has recently completed a study for Highways England to undertake an analysis of the corrosion allowance for sheet piles in different road side environments. He will present and discuss his study and recommendations to Highways England.
Stephen McAuley, McLaughlin & Harvey
William Quinn, Quinn Piling
RD Pile Wall Peterhead Harbour.
The Peterhead Harbour project entails the strengthening and deepening of the port, land reclamation with revetment, widening of the harbour entrance, demolition works and improved services. McLaughlin & Harvey developed an innovative approach with the first use in the UK of an RD steel piling solution developed in Scandinavia. Piling contractor for the project was Quinn Piling Ltd from Ireland. The RD® pile wall installed in Peterhead harbour consisted of 16.5kms of RD piles and there was in total 30kms of SSAB’s RM/RF interlocks welded on the piles. Work has commenced in the middle of October 2016 and completed in April 2018.
More speakers will be confirmed soon.
There are limited spaces for this event and registration is being managed by the SCI - please have your payment card ready when calling to register your place at the event and please state that you wish to attend the SPG open meeting. Please note American Express card payments are not accepted. Places will only be secured once payment is received. Card payment receipts will be sent to you as proof of payment if you provide your address details when registering.
Further information on the event will be sent to you nearer the event date by email, this will include a reminder of the programme with start and finish times.
To register call SCI Education on +44 (0) 1344 636500.